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Nov 30, 2012 8:00pm PST
and she still had the support of people like hillary clinton and barack obama, and there's a question of should the president have people in his cabinet that he wants to have in his cabinet? there is this visceralness about it. it's very interesting that mccain has taken the lead. he has very strong views on this and it comes back to his former 2008 opponent. susan rice was a very strong critic of john mack contain and his foreign policy views. gwen: and he was close to chris stevens, the ambassador. >> i think there's a lot of personal feelings there. gwen: how much of it is about what the u.n. ambassador said on a talk show and how much of this is about what the intelligence department didn't do and what the state department didn't do? >> you're 100% right. i mean, i talked to republicans this week about this, and foreign policy expert republicans, who say why are we picking this fight? what we need to be asking is did the intelligence community decide to use the different language because they were playing politics, or did they not know? we've heard that general petraeus said that
PBS
Nov 30, 2012 3:00pm PST
of state hillary clinton unveiled the obama administration's road map to increase access to treatment and eliminate new infriction-- infections in children by 2015. >> so as we continue to drive down the number of new infections and drive up the number of people on treatment, eventually we'll be able to treat more people than become infected every year. that will be the tipping point. we will then get ahead of the pandemic and an aids-free generation will be in our sight. >> it's been more than 30 years since the first known aids cases appeared in 1981. in the early years contracting aids was a near certain death sentence. >> there are few scarier things than the discovery of a new killer disease, one medical science admits is mostly a mystery for which there is no certain cause or cure. doctors have called the new one bizarre, frustrating, >> suarez: but wider access to drugs in recent years has changed the way people live with aids. deaths have dropped by 26% from their highest levels in 2005. new infection rates have fallen by 50% in more than two dozen countries -- 13 of them in s
PBS
Dec 3, 2012 4:00pm PST
hillary clinton warned that was a red line. a short while ago, president obama issued this warning from washington. today, i want to make it absolutely clear to assad andd those -- and those under his command, the world is watching. the use of chemical weapons is an would be totally -- is and would be totally acceptable. if you make them tragic mistake of using these weapons, there will be consequences and you will be held accountable. >> i discussed his strong words to syria's leaders with the bbc 's state department correspondent. while u.s. officials talking about serious chemical weapons -- wh yare -- why are u.s. officials talking about syria's chemical weapons now? >> officials have been quoted as saying they have seen activity, that these weapons are being moved around, possibly in preparation for their use. it is very difficult to read the assad government and find out exactly what they are doing. are they trying to protect them? are they trying to bluff? we have heard from certain officials saying they have no intention of using chemical weapons against their own people. of cou
PBS
Dec 4, 2012 12:00am PST
obama and his secretary of state hillary clinton and the other agencies of the american government which are doing wonderful job and i think they have to increase their efforts and they will increase their efforts, i have no doubt about it, in order to prevent it and i trust that they will not tolerate a nuclear iran for many reasons: the security of the state of israel and the threat of a nuclear iran to other countries as well and therefor they will act. >> rose: you may have a former leader of the muslim brotherhood as the president of egypt who played a central role in finding the cease-fire because he could deal with hamas. >> so here you find the legitimate question and the opening for an answer. on the one hand it's governed by the muslim brotherhood that are not known to be naturally the best friends for the state of israel and the jewish state and are more extremist fundamentally. we know from recent past experience that these administrations are not always moving in the right direction in terms of democracy in terms of neighborsly relations with other countries. on the other ha
PBS
Dec 6, 2012 12:00pm PST
of hillary clinton saying shame on you barack obama. but it is difficult to establish a person and to be able to do all of these things at once. and we had to be make very tough choices, and try to do what we were doing well. and with the hope that by the time we got into the debates, that the impression that the governor could lead would be one that could your him to victory. and we lost the chain so you can say we weren't successful in that. but i think that when you look at his image versus the president's image, i mean what they thought that they could do which was completely turn people off to mitt romney through these attacks many of which were completely false, didn't happen. but it's -- >> rose: didn't happen? i mean it's clearly that you guys struggled against this bain criticism throughout this campaign. >> no, we did. and he struggled against the economy throughout the campaign. and he struggled against job loss throughout the campaign. campaigns always have struggles and they're always this tug of war. >> rose: the economy was there. the question of his definition you could have
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